Bespoke furniture company Staverton invite Charcoal artist Richard Rochester to take residence at their new showroom during Clerkenwell Design Week, 21st-23rd May.
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn and practice charcoal drawing techniques through daily workshops. Richard will also present a talk on the role of landscape art in the workplace, and his approach to creating large-scale artworks for office spaces.
Staverton, who have a long history of bespoke office furniture design and high quality craftsmanship, celebrate the launch of their new showroom during the 10th anniversary of Clerkenwell Design Week with a programme of free events designed to inspire, educate and entertain.
Richard’s workshops and talk are free to attend as part of Clerkenwell Design Week. Register now for your free pass to Clerkenwell Design Week.
ABOUT RICHARD ROCHESTER
Richard Rochester is a Devon based fine artist who works extensively with charcoal.
Over the years he has pushed the boundaries of charcoal as a drawing medium and he how delivers regular talks and workshops where he enjoys sharing his passion and knowledge with others.
Staverton was founded in 1928, the company’s history stems back to a team of skilled craftsmen restoring vast halls and manors across the south of England. Over time, the company has gone on to work with and provide top quality joinery and furniture to prestigious hotels, cutting-edge workplaces, the Ministry of Defence, County Crown Courts and exhibited at an eclectic range of design events across the UK.
Now a multi-award-winning company, with a showroom in Clerkenwell, central London, and a manufacturing base in South Yorkshire, Staverton provides world-class design and manufacturing services to the workforce of today. Leading the way with technology and style, including designs such as their highly flexible SL sit-stand desking, and various other products.